(Washington) The latest superhero film from Warner Bros. studios, The Flash, topped the North American box office for the weekend of its release, according to estimates on Sunday from the specialized firm Exhibitor Relations, but with revenues below expert forecasts.

The feature film, with an estimated budget of $ 200 million, raised $ 55 million from Friday to Sunday in the United States and Canada, less than the expectations of professionals in the sector (between 60 and 80 million dollars).

In The Flash, Ezra Miller takes on his Barry Allen persona and uses his superpowers to time travel in hopes of saving his family, but inevitably alters the future and has to call on different fellow superheroes than he imagined. .

Same disappointment for Disney’s Elemental: with a projected $29.5 million, the animated film, which is set in the town of Element City, where inhabitants related to the four elements (fire, water, earth and air) live together. ), finds himself on the second place of the podium but very far from the usual performances of Pixar.

In third place is the latest installment in the Spider-Man saga, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, with $27.8 million.

The film propels its hero, Miles Morales, the new face of Spider-Man, into a world made up of parallel dimensions (multiverse).

Fourth, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, stacks up to 20 million.

And just below that is the live-action version of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, with 11.6 million in its fourth week of release.

6– The Blackening (6 millions)

7– Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (5 millions)

8– The Boogeyman (3,8 millions)

9– Fast 

10– Asteroid City (790 000 dollars)